Too disturbing to read all of a piece, better to bookmark one at a time.
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And, and,” Lucile whispered the words, “was there a bookmark in the upper corner of the inside of the front cover?
Later on Felicity told me she had worked the bookmark for him because his father used to drink before he ran away.
It was the 'Æneid,' and I began at your bookmark and tried to stagger through a page, but it floored me.
Anne read the note, kissed the bookmark, and dispatched a prompt reply back to the other side of the school.
to record the location (URL) of a favorite Web site to allow quick access in the future
She bookmarked several news pages for reading them each morning.
computing; bookmarked, bookmarking; bookmark n
To make a note of something, mentally or in writing •Fr the bookmarking of Web pages
A user's reference to a document on the World-Wide Web or other hypermedia system, usually in the form of a URL and a title or comment string.
Most World-Wide Web and Gopher browsers can save and load a file of bookmarks to allow you to quickly locate documents to which you want to refer again.